Top Lee Wiley Albums
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Every Little Things
Every Little Things
[2019]
Look At Me Now
Look At Me Now
[2013]
Sings Rodgers & Hart and Harold Arlen
Sings Rodgers & Hart and Harold Arlen
[2013]
A Woman in Love
A Woman in Love
[2012]
The Great American Song Book
The Great American Song Book
[2012]
Memories of Lee Wiley
Memories of Lee Wiley
[2011]
On the Air, Vol. 2
On the Air, Vol. 2
[2011]
On the Air
On the Air
[2011]
Lee Wiley Sings Gershwin and Porter
Lee Wiley Sings Gershwin and Porter
[2011]
Sweet and Lowdown
Sweet and Lowdown
[2010]
Lee Wiley Sings Rodgers & Hart and Harold Arlen
Lee Wiley Sings Rodgers & Hart and Harold Arlen
[2009]
J Stacy and Friends
J Stacy and Friends
[2009]
Music of Manhattan, 1951
Music of Manhattan, 1951
[2008]
Follow Your Heart
Follow Your Heart
[2005]
Complete Fifties Studio Masters (Bonus Track Version)
Complete Fifties Studio Masters (Bonus Track Version)
[2000]
Manhattan Nights: The Complete Golden Years Studio Sessions (Bonus Track Version)
Manhattan Nights: The Complete Golden Years Studio Sessions (Bonus Track Version)
[1999]
The Total, Vol. 1
The Total, Vol. 1
[1995]
Back Home Again
Back Home Again
[1994]
Sings the Songs of George & Ira Gershwin & Cole Porter
Sings the Songs of George & Ira Gershwin & Cole Porter
[1989]
A Touch of the Blues
A Touch of the Blues
[1989]
Lee Wiley Sings the Songs of Rodgers & Hart and Arlen
Lee Wiley Sings the Songs of Rodgers & Hart and Arlen
[1986]
West of the Moon (Bonus Track Version)
West of the Moon (Bonus Track Version)
[1957]
Related Information for Lee Wiley
Lee Wiley (October 9, 1908 – December 11, 1975) was an American jazz singer, popular in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.Wiley was born in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. While still in her early teens, she left home to pursue a singing career with the Leo Reisman band. Her career was temporarily interrupted by a fall while horseback riding. Wiley suffered temporary blindness, but recovered, and at the age of 19 was back with Reisman again, with whom she recorded three songs: "Take It From Me," "Time On My Hands," and her own composition, "Got The South In My Soul." She sang with Paul Whiteman and later, the Casa Loma Orchestra. A collaboration with composer Victor Young resulted in several songs for which Wiley wrote... read more